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Carroll won't say 'D word' but he plans to create one

Pete Carroll does not talk about the “D word” — as he called it at one point last offseason. But “dynasty” certainly is on his mind — even if it is buried way in the back, behind Cover-3 schemes and ways to dominate turnover margin. 741 more words

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Mustangs, Bulldogs boys advance in soccer

In Thursday night’s Class 3A boys soccer regional quarterfinal, Merritt Island took the ball at kickoff and did not relinquish command of it or the match, delivering a 6-0 victory over Hardee and the message that well-conceived, well-coached, well-delivered soccer wins. 673 more words

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Might Seahawks' Schneider Be Best GM In NFL?

PHOENIX (CBSNewYork/AP) — Give Pete Carroll the opportunity to campaign for someone or something he believes in and he’ll gladly jump at the chance.

Usually it’s for a player, or a cause. 835 more words

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John Schneider: Russell Wilson's next contract presents challenges

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is wrapping up his third NFL season, which means he’ll be eligible for a new contract in the offseason.

After making the playoffs in all three years of his career, advancing to the Super Bowl twice and winning more games than any other quarterback through his first three years, Wilson stands to make a handsome amount of money under that contract. 161 more words

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Scott Fitterer chooses to stay in Seattle rather than join Eagles front office

The Eagles have been searching for a personnel executive to assist coach Chip Kelly in the front office since reorganizing their hierarchy and moving Howie Roseman out of the General Manager job earlier this month. 153 more words

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Schneider: Hawks are better prepared for free agency this year

John Schneider and his staff apparently messed up in free agency last year, thanks to the Super Bowl, and they aren’t letting it happen again. 750 more words

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John Schneider "kind of loves" Marshawn Lynch's act

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch may be alienating the NFL’s front office by refusing to talk after games and then by expressing himself in a specific non-verbal way after scoring touchdowns.   186 more words

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